Now I See It

They’re old patterns, well worn, automatic, my triggers. I know them. Well. Through long years I’ve felt them in my gut, denied vociferously when accused, seen them in hindsight, felt normal with them until I couldn’t stand them, loathed them, […]

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Shame Kicks In

Swimmingly, swimmingly life ticks by as recovery happens, days brightening. Goals unreachable through massive drives suddenly, smoothly fall into place. Self-confidence builds, fear diminishes, as humility and released outcomes yield happiness, fulfillment, success. Yet sometimes old tapes, forgotten, long-hidden but […]

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